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Opinion: Canada’s Troubled Pipeline Projects

Opinion: Canada’s Troubled Pipeline Projects

Steel pipe to be used for the oil pipeline construction of Kinder Morgan Canada’s Trans Mountain Expansion Project sitting on rail cars in Kamloops, British Columbia.
He’s Tried to Leave ‘Star Wars’ Before. Will This Be It?

He’s Tried to Leave ‘Star Wars’ Before. Will This Be It?

Lawrence Kasdan said “Solo” would be his final “Star Wars” script. “Yes. Absolutely. The last.” Then he added: “I like this one so much. Who knows? But I do not want to do another.”
Cancer Group Calls for Colorectal Cancer Screening Starting at Age 45

Cancer Group Calls for Colorectal Cancer Screening Starting at Age 45

Gale Fritsche, 55, of Allentown, Pa., went for a colon cancer screening at the recommended age of 50 and learned he already had Stage 3 cancer. He was treated and now organizes a colon cancer charity
Italy’s Populists May Give Talks Another Shot, as Uncertainty Lingers

Italy’s Populists May Give Talks Another Shot, as Uncertainty Lingers

The political leader of the Five Star Movement, Luigi Di Maio, has steadily shed political capital, and seemed desperate for new talks.
Unvarnished Tales of Getting Into College in the U.S.

Unvarnished Tales of Getting Into College in the U.S.

Mary Crawford works on college applications during a rehearsal for "The Crucible."
California Today: California Today: State Farmers Supported Trump. Now His Trade Policies Have Them Worried.

California Today: California Today: State Farmers Supported Trump. Now His Trade Policies Have Them Worried.

Billboards on Highway 99 criticize Representative Devin Nunes for his ties to President Trump.
Afghan Insurgents Blast Their Way Into a Ministry

Afghan Insurgents Blast Their Way Into a Ministry

Afghan police officers at the Interior Ministry in Kabul, where as many as 10 gunmen shot their way in on Wednesday after a suicide bombing at the gate.
Hamas Declares Cease-Fire With Israel After a Day of Fighting

Hamas Declares Cease-Fire With Israel After a Day of Fighting

An Islamic Jihad military base in the southern Gaza Strip was destroyed by Israeli warplanes during the short bout of fighting.
‘The Americans’ Is Almost Over. Here’s How People Think It Will End.

‘The Americans’ Is Almost Over. Here’s How People Think It Will End.

Will Elizabeth survive the finale? Keri Russell in “The Americans,” which concludes Wednesday night.
Bomb Jokes on Indonesian Flights Have Officials Cracking Down, Not Up

Bomb Jokes on Indonesian Flights Have Officials Cracking Down, Not Up

There have been nine bomb scares that started with a joke on Indonesian flights this month, seven of them on Lion Air alone, the local news media reported.
Bill Browder, a Putin Critic, Live-Tweets His Arrest in Spain

Bill Browder, a Putin Critic, Live-Tweets His Arrest in Spain

Bill Browder in The Hague this month. His arrest in Spain on Wednesday was the latest episode in a 13-year jousting match with Russian authorities.
A Worldwide Scramble to Pull Off a Trump and Kim Summit

A Worldwide Scramble to Pull Off a Trump and Kim Summit

North Korea’s leader, Kim Jong-un, right, and Kim Yong-chol, a trusted aide, met with President Moon Jae-in of South Korea on Saturday. Kim Yong-chol is expected to arrive in New York on Wednesday.
‘Roseanne,’ Starbucks, Nxivm: Your Wednesday Briefing

‘Roseanne,’ Starbucks, Nxivm: Your Wednesday Briefing

Dolester Miles, who has worked for more than 30 years at the Highlands Bar & Grill in Birmingham, Ala., was named Outstanding Pastry Chef by the James Beard Foundation this month. We interviewed
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Beyond My White Sydney Bubble

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Beyond My White Sydney Bubble

Children at play in the city of Tamworth, in New South Wales, Australia.
Fixes: Equipping Women to Stop Campus Rape

Fixes: Equipping Women to Stop Campus Rape

Graduating students from Stanford University protested campus rape in 2016.